Travel's questions - Turkish iziqna

Is emigrating to Australia a bad idea?

13 answers · Other - Australia · 2 days ago
Best answer: First you need to get visas and work permits to work in Australia. So check with the Aussie government website what the requirements are. Without those documents you will not be allowed into Australia. Yes, Aussie can be a nice place to work and play - sporty, outdoor people preferred. You would need to study Law... show more

If I was born in 2000, can I be a '90s baby?

12 answers · Hanoi · 2 days ago

Best answer: Not if you travel by road. They are both part of UK. The only clue to crossing the border is the "Welcome to England" or "Welcome to Scotland signs! However, for security reasons, airlines require identification and most insist on passports.

What happens if you get fired on a cruise?

19 answers · Cruise Travel · 4 days ago
What happens if you’re working on a cruise like as a cook or something but you mess up and get fired while out at sea? Do they just kick you off? Or do they throw you in the brig until the cruise finishes its trip? Do cruise ships even have brigs?

Is Wales part of England?

10 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 16 hours ago

Best answer: The only collusion found was between Democrats and Russia.

Is Meghan Markle faking her pregnancy?

30 answers · Royalty · 5 days ago
Best answer: Everything Marke does is fake, she's an actress. It's difficult to get pregnant at 37 without fertility treatments (side effects?). You wouldn't risk that by flying to Morroco at 7 months pregnant.

What was the largest protest to ever take place in Australia?

6 answers · Other - Australia · 3 days ago
1.5 million people in the UK marched as a protest to the Iraq War on the 15th of February 2003. As far as I know that is the largest act of civil disobedience of all time. What was the largest in Australia?

Which country is better?

12 answers · Other - Destinations · 2 days ago
China or India?

Why is it that Australia won the America's Cup only once?

9 answers · Other - Australia · 1 day ago
They won it in 1983 but never again? What happened there, did they lose interest? Did they not want it enough? It seems like criminal negligence that they never won again in 36 years? Even dumb luck and random chance should have got them a couple more wins? Is this being looked into? Was there corruption?, did... show more

Best answer: North End Road Market; Fulham; lovely in Summer, but open all year long.

Benito Mussolini renounced Socialism and despised the Socialists anti-war/hippy position. He perceived war as a good way of boosting his nations economy. So why did he ally the Nazis if the Nazis were all Socialists?